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17 Jan 1901

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17 Jan 1901

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Adelaide South Australian Register (Newspaper) - January 17, 1901, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia we Atuel be posts and forecasts. Forecast of probate weather from wednesday afternoon till Tenn Day night. Lamed at l30 pin. On wednesday. Soeth anon a. Fine and hot throughout with northerly winds and falling barometers. Sea smooth. A Cool Motherly cd Agar with freshening winds and rising will follow probably during Thordy Niche Victoria supplied by or. P. A Yaochi fim Aad dear and becoming warmer. Light variable winds drive july eur Terr Inland and a Braes near Mast. Sea smooth. New sooth Wales supplied by or. H. C. By. Aril Fine and becoming warmer daily. Winds terring to East and Nonh Easu Western Australia tur plied by or. W. P. Cootie Fine moderate weather in All Southern a Fiqri. Nut Wanner thence northwards hot is Tho ghost the continent i Nave Fine weather this morning with very Little Cloud. A High barometer utre lies Over the ouch easter parts of this Colony and Victoria and another High is approaching the Lawm from the Westward. Everywhere die we have relatively Low and Vety uniform barometer. High temperatures Euniace Lirou ghost the Interior and the Western pans of the continent and the tempest re is of inn inic to be in sooth Australia but warm weather Doc not appear Uke far to last Long Here As we Bare this Mur Ohop a Akita a to apr Low approaching the of of which Aboid give us a Cool change portly. Charles Todd. Government astronomer. If porn air it ? hmm if let statement of the atmospheric pressure Tern or Arturr. Rain fad. And tale of Abr weather be sintered at the Adelaide user Rantry during the past seven Days at the hour mentioned i our Lempe Ramic. A n Daw. I 3 therm 3 . 9 weather. Pay m him. Miti . I 1 i Viiar. , 9&a c8.s hot. X.w., mod Fri. Maa Shaio so aos s.w.,,. Plus i. Caiolus 7a.o scr us . Sun. 13 xsui3t.i5x9 a. To. T. Pilsl Loa. ,1 to 58.5, w.mod.a.5ll tvs. �aw333.0 171 4--j aos Suju ukr. I. Wed. I8aj0l4.0i ss.6? a. It. It. Wit memo. The barometer is reduced and con rated o c or. Kahr., but it is not reduced to a Lead. The tempera re and rainfall arc for the a hours piece Dina the time m wrist ration. The weather Coran Ici atts to the condition of the weather at the Lime of observation Only. Undoubtedly tie bust in to Evoril. Whit Laws Wal pakrs Ama Lyrra Irr Raric Bocok Atilomo Altha Siomos a Magnah Geif collect Loi at Adelaide showrooms 7, King William Street Thos. Whitew go London. Melbourne 6vdset, Adelaide. Shares bought and sold. Money Lent. Ashab & King bask of zealand Chambers Pebb it shipping. Time Ball. Bag topped at lh.-0m, of. January a to Jab. 30m., Jannary is Creca with mean i ? Sam Aphone. Janniro 17. Time of Hieb Aad Loir Weer coaxial. Arrived. January 16. Star of Victoria Steamer. tons. F. J. Willi Nutter from voodoo l a Nril cargo. Cibby Brist and co. City Jod port Accuu. Lady Daly lore Aad Afi Choum a. Is too u. He Vitace master Bon. Port we Reseld. Ceres summer. So Tew j. Vermeil Muter from pan tace of one and ail Ketch 39 ton Rhilip. Amter Tana Middle spit. Kumher Ketch 33 tans j. I Cottec. Master from put Wak Fidd. Thomas and Samv. Ketch. �1 tuna. T. A cringe Butet Tram port Wak Cetru. Projected departures. For London. Borne. January 17 Menelaus about january 19 Aba continent Hebe during january Orizaba. Jansury Hloch Turrido Dur inc january Knight temper. January 30 Himalaya january 31 Tom during i eur Aarif Oropsa Fefa nary 7 Narruhn about Keb Tutty 13 Bina. Fun carry ii Cupoo Gebru try a Sar Polon. Purim for Bury Arcadia. Kennary 3s Wilcannia. Abul february Yoruba March Oceana Marvlin it Hector during March mistral March 21 la Rikimu. March is moravian april i Ai Attalia. April 11 Victoria april Ai oredoes during Bremen. No bar Kurfist. January to Dann suit Keb Reuy 16 Friedrich tier Uroe March. A Prinz urgent Luitpold. April a Wei bar. May 11 Kari Irner june j Oiden born july 0 Darau Adt. August 3. For Dunkirk and Antwerp. Ennett temper Jsn Umit 3ql or port Darwin Chiqiu Ami Japan. Airlie bust january by. For Java porn. Augsburg. I a diary 1� for 2iatal Nad Cape town. Dimmg about feb nary a Wilcannia. About Kehn try is Warrigal tax Awonga. And Makool to a aunt. For Maneilles. Polynesian. January 36 Armand Bahk. February s auit Ralien. March 3 Villa 4t u Potat. April st. For Melbourne. Sydor Aad Queen bad ports. Time. January is bulb Era january a up Tana Juaire is. For Western Australia. Allinda. January 17 Scarloo. January is Perth january is a Hoodie Jeanary paroo. January is Anglian Kennary a Bunny oof january is Anglian february Al it. Elzria Baronne. Tor cum. Mas Deburca summer. For Melbourne. Itee twing Ketch for Ardro Soa. Buck Ketch for port Pricr. Viorence Maud Ketch for Pun Wak srm. Percy Ketch for port Wak Fidd. Benoni a Ketch for Yorke s Peninsula. Active Ketch for cout. Helena fetch for Yorke s pc Rimola. J. C to Flor. Ketch Lor edit Burz. Victory. Ketch for coast. Tout of user Ketch for port Price Magda barque for London. Perse Steamer for Dun inc. Araoka. For Edith Harg. Jjs-1c, Steamer for Joath Oxnem porn. Austbau.v5. Melbourne. Car nerd january if Lora. Luodo to occur. Lau Camo Oriya. Lundon. Smiled Jan Urr 1atangier, Western Aust Rijia bamboos. Pore Kemba Marlon. Of Mande Elizibeth. Lon Don Tynan Sydney Monwai. Ikotun Kasuku Ica Caius. Sydner. Arr Rich january a Reliance. No Don Polyn Oien and paroo. Westera Australia Tuik Janus or 16-Zealaadb. Arnuand Kal Juno lie. Mob source inf est of st. Orr. Cape Tai. Via new zealand porn Southern pm London to Brisbane. Jamar 1-palls of of ten. Bio Janeiro tar Filaferro. Me Boome. Sailed january 16-Su mrs � Wallaroo of Bengal logo juju. By Bane. Armed january to Troe Pahios Britannic. Orient and Oal Bourie. Sydney take of div Lushire. London. Sale to 16-Prregrine, int a. If to Point. Prawd january is or Odra for jirl4nne 16-Enrimbb. To Crumpton. january 1-Kanweer-. Tow Nlle. Bufurd Heid. Pawed january in Tarawa 431i bait no for Brik Hose. january 15-Jnlia. Bris land Lanwana. Brisbane. Sailed Januar a Marie Stotla. Maryborough. Coli Unm. Bailed january 16 Albert Mclaren. Samurai. Thursday a Send. Filed january lir recorder Jar Siuth Archer London. january 13-r.m5. Chinat a. Adelaide Wou Owra. My Boule Bullara Tomsu outposts. Port us too. Sailed january 14-Luy Hawkins port and Laid. Port Bruu Gatun. Arrived Jarau re 1-Caikll, port her main. Sailed january la Avo a port Hermein John and May cowl i Ort vim Ria. Sailed january 16-Arieu wardens Junus Eliza part Adelaide. A Ducaa. Arrived january 15-Jame Comrie port Adelaide. Sailed january 13-Jamra Comrie and lady Daly. Port in bid. Lion Wake fled. Arrived january a Utlaw. Rott a Wuido Saurd january 15mal Ulni. Port Adelaide. Kobe. Arrived january 14 Vehlber Kingston. Sailed january 15-Jurii, j in a Dehudy. By Ebi. january i3-Mibnfr. Men Ingie. Murray january , Man Ixion. Minnow. Arrived january lir Tyro Murray Bridge tailed january is Tyro up River january it Industry oct Ranj Comer. Therland Corner. Arrived Janu Ary 15-nell� and Pap. Morsan. Ruled Janu 1 a Roopdai and to teen remark. Denmark. Sailed january 15 Kuiv. Want Sunb. River Levels. The following shows Chr Ute u the River above Nammer level at the undermentioned places at 9 Nfn. Of wednesday. January 16 Gundagai i it. 7 in. Ragga a Impi. 1 t. ? in. Liar. 1 it. 7 in. Vij Ranald. C in Tion Duca. Low Musundi. I it. In. Ilo Pii. Low namoi. 3 it. 10 in. Baryon 3 it. In Brewa Irina. 2 it. V in Rourke 7 in. Jtb. T ii til a. 3 to. In. Wilcannia. 1 in. Man Iddle. Low to Marie Low Wentworth. I it. -3 in. Alburg. 10 in. Wah Gunyah. 1 it Hill. 11 in Kaoo 7 Tull in i re land ror crr. 3 it. To in. Marsan a it. I in. Sunmark z to e in. . The manner sur of Victoria arrive i from Lona on wednesday and had a stiff South West Sale in the Bay of Buzay. A Palma waa reached at noon on the 8th. And Hunker Iverc rep Lenuard. A dry Ember to an in Pinarr Joun named Homec lumped Erb Oard. In Obialor m crowed on the la in Lone i with Freh South Cait wind and High Ira. The Meridian of the Cape Wai Tam a on Deamber i7 in us so 5. The usual it Steric Pale were fallen in with in running the tasting Down in 8. The steaming time from Wax Daja 8 Noet and the average Speed ju.9 per Buor. Captain Willis a with him Al Mattir Ilmi. W. G. Or Afflito. Nest j. K. Clay ton Seebod Boodle third ovens fourth Powell Chiw is cinder till Cupie Runny a Bine. Third gains Barth be Horne. Chief Segi of Porcu second and Philp third. The Vrtoch Banjo Jean Bapt bit. Which Tai Yrra lying at the Anchor a. For several Days wait ins for Ordis has Lern it u Melbourne the Harue Aalborg u to be towed u port Adt Jaite to Kad. The. Bossian vessel Lotas Sot to port Angusta. Babo metical beading a. The following tame Aas neck constructed from recorded in this office for every six hours Dutine the last Unver Days and for this mom is. Height Abote Lead. 147 fun 3 . Wajn. 3 . 9 . Monday. S.t0 s�.7o 3.70 Sjo tuesday. So i jul Jim Suo Weda Adav. 29j0 9.93 29.% 2-jh Barometer. S.f7. Falling i 2 o Dock spbcialaoveirn8emejfta lays and lyrics a Toltzis of Poos by Tbs Lati Myrean hawkk8. Prism 2/6. May be had from All the principal books Len in ? the cig b-sj5r Balfou a parker8tn&s�sj i. C. Rowell Job ? Tom m h e Australasia x. J. The Federal illustrated weekly. This weeks incl de the Ute sir Jakes Dickson. Tiie Buer Wau vict Ohlas contingent pm Kizu the men. Ouake . Views of l 0t Kun Aston. Q. Slones am characters it toe play -florodor.i. Pc. Be. Of All newsagents. Price sixpence. Bolts be from w. C. Rigor. 74. Kin William it Rcpt and r. A. Thompson t co. Advertise menu arc Eitts by w. C. Rij a. B. Hammann Aad w. D. Rooder. A Whoso published the Royal South australian Sheet almanac for 190. Price i Phoice. Tvs aha air contains the fullest official later nation Tomc cd to the Huett Date Atoo a Taue of the dispatch and Arriol of inward mails Diazo it councils Nair pal corporations Light on pc blots act tax Adaa notices a Large amount of Taefel Portal Inte Madoo. Tc.ke.1tu Calendo coot Aias the eclipses Lor the year u ecu As the times of the Risikat and setting of the sub Aad Moon. Agents Are respectful us requested to Forward their orders Early. Storekeepers Aad b0si5ess people generally Cas have theist names and tue sat be of their by Suess fat Day printed at the heading of the almanac the term Tor which will be supplied in App a Uon to the proprietor. Aie ? w. �. Thomas co. Register Chambers,uue2itell-Stheet. A. U. Landseer t co., ship pint agents. C g. Gubb co., h. Hampson. Adder inc agent Garucky. Jaczuk. It cab lice. Architects. J. H. Pace Abd. Son Eror. Broker Aad agent children Sunbeam society of so Unck Harry. A cantal 8ecretarr. Mrs. John bases l Isaacs ins Nance Laad estate Aad Ceram by Ion agent. The to 1hl observed Aad the Jug journal offices. It. I. Thomas co . Mob cheap prepaid advertisements in the rb6istrh, with free insertions in the evening journal prepaid advertisements an inserted in both the above papers for Oxe charge at the Foo emf cheap. Bates _ by cations wasted m w0bm Arrua ticks vacant i Board and lodging fab Ter lost and found and houses and land Fob Sale u w0bd1 Bouses and land to let houses and land v anted wanted to buy wanted to sell wanted to Exchange v produce wanted produce for Sale missing friends three insertions hotels and bested babes Fob Sale hotels and restaurants to let ? ? hotels and restau basis 2/6. Wanted businesses Fob Sale bus Kesses wasted fart fam Bosses. Vehicles. Be. Cycles Fob Sale cycles wanted miscellaneous wanted j 5/a agents Aad Ripon Are Anchor Ltd to rec Eta advertisements As above. 8mkxal . A. Cover ment s per debt. Stock ? free of income tax. Price at the Treasury to Day. With Date rest from 1st december 1m0. �100siocek �94 Jug , Lite is Etui Tatt Biall a. Bas we. At ? mans a Ocklis pills. W ? ? for bile. Cocklit8 Pill 8c ? for live i. Cockle s pills. ? for acidity. Of Klests pills. A ? for heartburn. Cockle s pills. ? for indigestion. Mcklos pills. A for sick headache. Cockle s pills. in use everywhere Cockle s from Mercury Cockle s use Over 94 years la Bocci at is. 1, Frau. 4a.6d, in Aad 2fc qfsnicibwntvabasbtha8s-sathi1-�m. Index to advertisements. Page. Page. Ams Meau. 8 Money ? i auctions ? 8 municipal and District Board Aad lodging. 8 Boniacos ? ? uus Uisu for Sale or office to let. T wanted ? 8 patents Aad Trade tadness notices. 2-33-7 Marks. ? ? cycles be. ? 8 persons warned. I carriers ? 1 produce ? i drapery Aad doth properties for Sale. I ing ? 14 properties wanted. I education ? Public notice ?. Electoral notice. ? publication and set i orbits seeds men 8 Tio Aery ? Kun Cal to ticks. 3 bid Sion Kotica. I horse cattle be shipping ? ? ? hides ? 8 situations wanted. Hotel and Botan special Aorta. ? rants ? 8 sport my. 1 it and. Found. 8 tailors. And outta Sci Atim ncry.8 to let. Medical ? 3 tenders ? cur Chasae. 8 wanted to boy. I Maior ? wanted to sett _ 1 mice Flaveous wanted 8 ? ? st.ge0bgeclare1 highest awards. Agesta Mylke co. ? to Jinow a 0 l l i k a r i s the of Een of table Waters us a Charm which makers. Of Ariada aerated Waters do not Ere dream of. Moraine Adt Cruiser agent Muse co. Special Konce. of births marriages Aad deaths not exceeding five lines Are inserted once each in the Beuter the observer the even ing journal and special sni msry prepared for inn Mission to m for the Singie charge of half a Crown extra lines 6a. Each. The name and address of the tender Man in All cases be Given. Births. the st december at Martin Dale Hall min Taro the wife of w. T. Uon Oak a Bun. Wixx All on the 13th january at a Toriaga the wife of j. E. H. Winsall. Of a daughter. Mabbl4ges. the uth december 1900. At the residence of the Bride s parents by the Rev. K. A Neil Boom Buck be of darting River new South Wales to Mary Ann Naomi second daughter of t. A. Dent mount Bayou. the a december at a Paul a Launceston Tasmania by the Bev. Riri Rny icon re Oconee second son of j. L. Coiante. Black Forett s.a., to Esbri Christiana eldest daughter of Wulliam Andrew Black Forest the 16th january st 5�. Andrew s presbyterian Orch Adelaide by the Bev. G. Love. . William Alfred son of or. Patrick Meana Oer strip Haitto. To Clara Annie daughter it or. Justus we. C. Fischer laugh orc a Bridge. Deaths. the 16th Sattary at the i. Ovo to of her drag Herr my. W. X Wood. Yuri Ann. Relict of the be John Bendall aged m Onia. Arrived in the ship John Renrick february 9, Hsk. Is memorial. Andrews la Loving memory of nor dear Mother. Mary Ann Andrew who departed this life on january 17th, Iso. To lie give ctr us be lured sleep mar. Jessie mar. Mail notices. Great Day via Suez Kyls. Home il15 . Newspapers and registered letters la 15 am. Be letters. G.p.o., 1115 . Alleam rail so Sui Ion i no part Aoe Auoe Dauway Button c4s pin. Fri tin and Lordon parcel Post per the above Steamer closes it the 10.13 am. Mau due in London february 17. So. January it via maa Eoles pol Nerien 10.15 . Up. Kebr aary sub san of Kariho 3 pan. Be fee 3.30 . Money Ders to state. Zip a. Up. January a Grovvr Kar Ozsu an. Natal Aad Cape Colony. January 23 pjn., per Aberdeen to Mel Bourne. Manila. Tulsa and Ary is 3 pjn., to Sydney Thesee per Chatta. January 25 8 ., overbid to Sydney thence per Aidie. New acs Balu Tanguay Jan tary u-3 . Vib new it and. New Cale Donia. January nuo pan., to Sydney thence per lint Opportunity. Samoa and other sooth 1slakds.-Jaaaary �1-3j� pjn., to Syd Nef thence per first Opportunity. Rul january Al �90 o�m., to Sydney theace per Arst oppor Timity. Kew zealand. Two Day 5j9 ., overbid to my Boule. Honolulu and Van Couver Island including America Jaim Ary 9-3 pin. Be fee. Fat. �30 . To Sydney Theale per Warr Moo. Wes Tern a Stalia. This Day . Rome . Aliaga. La . January is Marioo 1.16 pm. Day James Comrie. 6j0 . Stans but. This Day ones j0 a. Ca.ngab0o Island. January my ones Comrie 6j0 an. Edition tube. Jeanary a Larooka. 6j0 . 2-6j0 an. Vib port Lincoln. Fowl is to Vii pjn., vib port a Eoln. Franklin Turbo or Jaimari is fore 6.4s . Vib Wallaroo. Ood Nadatta. Charlotte wateb9, Alice up bags. And tt-6.4s ., via sodas Datta. Hermas Albuka february 1-6.45 ., vib Ond Nadatta. Hob bibs tit Bitor. This day3.30 . Overbid to Sydney. Post Vncent january is cons. 6j0 Aja. Post is Fenet vib a Karoo. 6.46 . Up. Wadi catch that mails Mart be pee Jaller Buxeda Adelaide thu sat Jak Caby 17, i90l Commonwealth am state. To in put will be witnessed in now Sontz Wales another history making i vent in connection with the Rebaza tinn of in top. The vim Man. Wealth. As Federal prime. Minister or. Barton in addressing the electors in the constituency of meal land which he Hopes to woo successfully will proclaim the Pioneer policy of the first ministry of the Commonwealth and Citrin Sivelly at least pfc speech will be the most important political utter Ance Ever Beard in Australia. He will directly and indirectly speak to a Tench larger audience than any other states Ian under the Southern Cross has yet been privileged to address for a Inay indicate possibilities of momentous consequence to the people of Australia and in some de Gree to their Brethren throughout the British Empire. Or. Barton is indeed honoured far beyond most men in being Tae principal figure on rach an occasion and every True federalist will Hope that be May in Tefr Ullest sense Avail himself of his unique and magnificent Opportunity. Beyond this nothing of a critical kind either per Sonal or otherwise can fairly be said in anticipation of his speech. Let him have his say and then be judged. If his ministry Are ? to act consistently with their previous proceeding and professions the prime m mister must on the one great tame before the coun try commit them to a policy of Protection. If they wish to represent popular feeling throughout Australia they will advocate the system of wider Liberty represented by the nearest practicable sep Roach to Rree Trade but such to Stacy on their part is presumably inconceivable. They should however do one thing or the other be either hot or cold and not lukewarm. The people will not tolerate Laodicean diplomacy it. The ministers of the Commonwealth. If. Then on the fiscal question or. Bar ton s remarks should be characterized by incertitude if he should indulge in generalities designed to Lead free traders to regard him As a Revenue Tariff advocate and protectionists to consider him to be their Champion True federalists and True patriots All will be compel god to. Oppose his government mistakes have been already made concerning the personnel of the ministry the whole Community of the Commonwealth will protest against a radically false beginning relative. To their policy ?. Another thing or. Barton ought to leave undone. He should not try to confuse Public thought regarding the real essentials to be submitted for the consideration of the Federal Parlia ment. Before Bis Elevation to the a remier he talked vaguely and in somewhat affrighted tones of the need of safeguarding the Constitution against some mysterious atack which sonic mythical somebody or. Other seemed to be determined to make upon it. Or. Barton is usually levelheaded and be must have laughed in Bis sleeve while indulging in this transparent piece of theatricality. Surely the actual appearance of an indication of an assault upon the principles of the Commonwealth act should be a sufficient signal to the defenders to begin to perform their special duty in its interest when bogies Are conjured up commonsense Folk want to know Why and in this Case the reason is not difficult to discover. Or. Barton s attitude reminds one of punch s Story of the two Little Sisters who slept together in a Little bed. One of them dreamt or imagined that she heard the scratching of a Little mouse and in alarm he roused her sister with the cry Maesie for your life there mouse in the room according to All Avail Able evidence or. Barton s constitutional peril is As unsubstantial As the phantom mouse and the people should not be induced to look out for it so eagerly As to forget to keep a keenly watchful Eye upon the fiscal Issue. For similar reasons they ought not to allow any commingling of state affairs and the business of the Federal govern nent in their relations with poetical con Towersy there two things Are quite Ais act Ana must of treated Accra Longly. The state franchise for. In stance Bas nothing to do Irith the Suff rage for the Commonweal ii and any Federal candidate who May endeavour to mend them together must be viewed with suspicious caution As a Man who wishes to avoid straight out discussion of burning questions which vitally concern the people in then capacity As citizens of United Australia. By All Means in fairness to All parties let toe electors clearly understand the issues which arc to be settled by their votes. In every Case grave deliberation should precede the initial use by the people of their Federal franchise. If the privilege of the voters is great their duty is correspondingly serious. Between their two capacities of Federal elector and state elector Are Nenny possibilities of complications which May involve costly mistakes. One oblige. Ton of South australians is to main Tain toe Commonwealth Bat another is to preserve the integrity of to fair own state. Australians As a whole will co operate in doing the former Bat tic latter is the concern of South austra lians alone. At first and or some time they will be almost wanted in Thelt efforts in Wise judicious Ness to Render unto the Commonwealth the things that Are the commonwealths Anil unto the state the service which it rightly claims. No Man can fairly be derided As a Little australian be cause of Bis insistence that the federa Tion shall not encroach upon the state. Tennyson says that the desc cosm Opo Lite is he who loves Bis native country Best and the remark Bas a powerful application to australian conditions in the separate states in connection Widi the inauguration of federation this special and distinctive to ii of of the states As states causes one to doubt whether a mistake Bas not been made in styling the members of the Commonwealth Cabinet. Ministers of state for this that and the other thing. Ministers of the common wealth would be less ii key to Lead to conf unto at a distance from austra Lia. This however is Only a Small matter. The great Deolde Ratnam is that a definite dividing line should be drawn in the Federal elections Between matters which affect Australia As a whole and those having Parr Icolar relevancy to South Australia is a. Unit of the federation. Let us first ele h the Commonwealth parliament Aad then give undivided attention to the solution of the Many serious and difficult problems which our Entrance into the Commonwealth has necessarily brought into prominence. Why not a University com Mercial examination boy wanted for office is a style of advertisement Jilch will always bring b. Crowd of Youthful aspirants. But the exact kind of boy who is wanted is ome Ames a very difficult individual to discover among the lot the species of by who can be trusted to take a note reds Ely and carry a message correctly who can write a letter according � simple instructions in Correct spell no and. Grammar and who possesses mob the aptitude and the training necessary to fit him Tor learning to insist in keeping a set of books tills pc of youth is certainly not by any scans so abundant in nature As what he naturalist would Call the common a Garden boy. It is a very strange act that Ontl quite recent years com Ceccial men have As a Rule taken no items whatever to secure the continue Ince of a Supply of lads who might be trusted to take their places among office workers and other traders. Any isolated instance in which concerted Actton is adopted with this object is rare to attract a Good Deal of notice Wing to its very rarity. At Bradford in England last year a new school of Commerce was established by arrangement Between the authorities of the Bradford grammar school and the local chamber of Commerce. The course which is intended for boys from fourteen to seventeen years of Ige extends Over three years and in dudes besides English German and French together with mathematics such subjects As business methods bookkeeping economics and Geo Graphy. In Sydney some of tic Lead ing commercial men Nave recently been endeavouring to Foster the study of subjects cognate to office work by establishing a series of examinations in them. The certificates awarded to successful candidates Are highly prize and a youth possessing one of them jul usually have a much better Chance of securing a desirable position in a commercial Bouse than one woo Bas not a similar recommendation. In Flie higher branches of commercial and financial work the value of a certificate issued by a competent body is runs rated by the Success of the Diplo Mas granted by the australian institutes of accountants. The recognition ii of accountancy As a profession which requires from the hew at least the Protection of Legal definition was urged by or. G. T. Lane of Adelaide in a paper Winch was read before the recent conference of accountants in Sydney. The cogency of or. Lane s reasoning is when the legislature in such measures As the companies acts expressly provides that certain duties shall be. Performed by auditors. It should also indicate some Means by which shareholders and others May ascertain whether candidates for the positions Are qualified. It Bas sometimes happened that Audi tors have been elected who could not sign their names and Many of base who were responsible for entrusting them with the duty of checking important accounts bad no knowledge of the fact. Surely such a state of affairs demands a remedy such As legislative recognition of the profession Otas Cou Tancy could Supply. The form which that recognition should take is matter for further and careful consideration. The whole subject of practical Edu cation in its bearings not Only upon manufacture but also upon Commerce Bas been opened up in England through ? the widespread interest aroused by the speeches of lord Rose Bery and or. Asquith. Parents and employees alike feel that when school fees Are paid they have a right to de Mand that the education imparted shall be of a character to and out lads who Are mentally Alert and not Mere so Heady dreamers. The course pre scribed for a Bey who is intended to enter a commercial Bouse should be in some respects quite different from that which must necessarily be followed by those who intend to enter the Learned professions and moreover it is eminently desirable that the highest educational authorities whose duty it is to direct aright the lines upon which the secondary schools shall proceed should take this matter up. Tic University Wurn conducts Tam in a Rig Ami Grants certificates in so Many subjects ought to prescribe Home kind of useful Ion Rae in commercial studies also., Here is no doubt whatever that if an j Era Montho were instituted of about Squal Grade with the senior pubic at fre University of Adelaide Bat direct id to the testing of proficiency in com. Medal subjects As also English modern languages and arithmetic the certificates granted to those who pass j id. Would be eagerly sought after. Such a department of educational work would toe at least As distinctly within the province of the University As the teaching of music and the conducting of play ing. A rim universities have travelled further. And award degrees to Commerce corresponding to those in science arts and Uva. In every Branch of Trade and Industry As Well As in Commerce one great need of the ago is method and it is not without reason that one of the subjects taught at Rose worthy agricultural col lege is Bow to keep a set of farm books. A very Large number of lads besides those who Are actually going into offices would receive the greatest Benefit from a course directed towards the passing of a commercial Examina Tion at the University. News of the Day. 3fficers Olf the next contingent. In executive Council on wednesday morning his excellency the governor made the. Following appointments in connection with the fifth contingent for services with tier majesty s troops in South Africa of agora Walter Vernon har Edge Edwards. Captain Malkolm George Ftp Well and John Alexander Watt it is understood that the contingent will be in to Der icons of 125 men each of the majors aking separate and distinct commands and jut one Captain will be attached to each ii vision. Tic subaltern who it is cd elected will number six will be appointed immediately mainly upon the recommendations of Llor. Schren and Lidward. Tht2 Imperial troops. The Premier has not yet received any communication regarding the alteration of the Date of the visit of the Imperial troops to Adelaide but if the Britannic visits new zealand the probability is that the troop ship jul reach South australian Waters three weeks later than was originally in tended or about the last week in february. On tuesday the mayor of port Ade Aidt wrote to the Premier asking the per Mason of the government for the Impe rial troop on Board the Britannic to Narch from the Landing place through the main thoroughfares to the port Adelaide station and there to entrain for Adelaide rhe citizens of the port will much App re aate the granting of this request. Seed . The Secretary of the. Seen wheat move ment or . Driffield acknowledges receipt of �1 from Thofiel pea Rae of gum station. Bunder Ner the Hon. R. W. Foser. Me iou owing donations of elea a near have been promised through or. R. Thomp in of quota me Safe. B. W. Foster 20 mrs a. & j. Mccou 5 bags b. Thompson of. Matthews c. A. Niendorf h. Cowan a. Sou g. H. Wihs a h. Hmer w. T. Randle Elizabeth shoot and w. Bros. 2 tags each c. Summerton j. S. Pcs Khz Ong f. A. Gallagher w. Freebairn j. Ottrell e. Klinberg l. Warren a. Fran a. H. S. Stacey 0. Have bars a. J. Mil Liard p. Stow sol g. Cobbin j. Bock John h. Wright p. Sttne Emu b. Stow r. A. Pette Taon Bob. Hotchin h. Altmann v. Miller h. White James Smith h. Tregor c. Perry c. S. Pea Rue j. Wingate j. W. Smith b. E. Trengove a. Kramer use j. B. Bowe g. Miller w. Patten w. Mahnke j. G. Neindorf j. J. Shade g. Liebick w. Of fee Wright Brothers p. J. Dononue h. Waters and m. Exhort use bag each total,7 87 bags. J. Vichom us donated 10s. The Dydia troops. Our Sydney correspondent telegraphed on wednesday evening it has been arranged that the Indian troops who Are now in Brisbane shall visit tire Oer states before returning to Bombay. ? ? Western australian troops. The officers of the Western australian contingent which attended tic common Calth. Celebration in Sydney were enter aimed by tic members of the naval and a military dub on wednesday evening. Lieal Cal. Solomon proposed the health of fee victors and extended to them a Hearty rate me to Adelaide. Mar. Hope no is n command of the contingent responded in behalf of his and men my. The War my the members of the dub for the splendid reception they bad had in Adelaide. Everything possible bad been Lene to ensure the Comfort of the Western australians and though their treatment in he other states bad by beyond reproach he Way in which office stand men bad been looked after in South Australia was in Iqua hed. Capt Moore and Lictus. Camp Bell and Codett also acknowledged the amp Limont the via Ting troops will re turn to die West by the Marlon on Friday. 3arly closing and the Central Market. A special committee meeting of the arty Stencil was held at the town Hall on red tuesday Morong to can seder the ones closing act to the Central Market the by umber absent was or. Duncan who n not in the state. After a Long discos Tion it was decided by 12 vote to 4 that tiie requisition its be informed that Antul the tenants and holders of the properly in the Central Market request the corporation to done they cannot see their Way dear to alter the present arrange ments Public service Glassir Icario Board. The Board appointed under the act of parliament to Dasa Ify he Public servants Wili begin their duties. Next week. The Buai Nebi of the first meeting will be to de cide upon a attn of operations and also to appoint a Secretary. It is Likely that the Board will Start wit Ite Post and Tele graph department. The act Seta out that the Board shall inspect each department end investigate tire work and duties of every Public servant who has been continuously employed for one year prepare late of Public servants Shari i their work and duties the Prevot classification and pay and any attention in work duties daa Rifi catam or pay which in Abc opinion of the Board Arnould be made. The Board have also to give special regard to toe character and importance of a work attached to each. Office to division of Senones into Fliss. The fixing of mum no and Maxi mob salary for each Dass the position in each Dass in which each Public servant should be placed and also to die intention of parliament when it dealt with Tite re tiring allowances. 1mb Biz Fly Teaf. A both to House Wanna a smile us Loco Obi Bic Ntina the catch by . Insects. Can of Al cd is a a limit to the window and paced sir a Apemie to try Flor a the room. No note dead fief of Kupets and Hanible. In the slats. Via. 14 ,1b., and join. Sold at 6d. A and la. Of All storekeeper. . And chemists. One of the Vercra Avn Ioas of the Cottar 9restablismeivt will be open fh1uy Yeni ftps til 9 pm a close at 1 o clock 8atvbbaxs, in com. Plia Ace with the Early closing act. . The leading gk6ceks, 13s� a cml Ekx my Blix Manks Sarly pm act. To 00b Cosio Hebs and the Publio Geneva Pitt. Ladies and geat Tanen Alt Wab exempt fros he Duc Arity of doa teff on pharmacy under this let we Jam decided alter careful cosside ratio. � grow All oar employee the loll Benefit of a be Clab saturday half Holiday. Oar Fra mar will therefore be closed on 8atdrdaxs at 1 pin. Sd5dast hours Hornier 10 to a after com. S to 3 evening 6 to 7. Youa r. Birks chemists Comer of handle stent Aad Gawker place. Ale ? 1-he fire at Kkt Wulkau sheer l Fol net interfere with Butine. The Wool Bis being intact. Eur Eption the printing Oon. A pfc was to Taur cat Road. With a the Rode Cote the roof at the time which my ters Kent Tho Sud orders. If our Fitten of the tit few weeks will kindly Call or communicate Rith at we will Mance for Froh sitting. This Ilio applies to oar Roadie Street Patron u All Law Anis inc 1 done at our Kins William a net into. Thanking our Cuenun in Katie Piatka for heir forbearance on Octaf disappointed. We Are. A stomp k 00. To Adjoa 66, Bundu it Aad at pfc Muta at. Of stood cost00lfket4 Osbolt. Peel by pm f 8xaded sad 1-� up Lua Hiu i Welcome nt70get. Plug of cot. At w. Co Kefili co. T0ba0cowsi8, a Beadle Street. A Hsc Largs pier hotel .?-.?.if Eufr Taxa Ute Kim Jer of the took hotel bees to Taton the pay he that he Tea aeon a it lean of the above we a Down botel Aad in Eads to conduct it As a font Dali it station and m the sane lines As he formerly managed the tort hotel the intercut system with the sol dote to be coot maed. For teas awl other Lontor Matisoo. Apply direct to the proprietor. In tsp a photographic wonder. A live smiling Camen is the toy latest and sold by Baker k Bouse 65, Bandit Street Adelaide. Folks Denim of Par chasing a Gunem of any Wityk Sanot do better than Callom the Fiat whare a Sale did Ajo Tamut of photo. Goods Art of suitable presents. A Lane selection of ladies jewellery. Watches. Opera classes a. 8terlimc 8ilver Tollet Beau Isles. 81lver-mocnted lathe Barabe. Du50.ys . Ware a. L Brunkhorst ?. Us. Bundle Street. A Sac awls Jim a and reliable. All hotel and rk65tauitant. H. Bur1ng & sobels. Til. At. ? . By debt bus Ubu bbss5iavaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayj Buoen s headache wafers us speedy Safe and a sectoral cose is. A Box. / 3. B. Burden Fremut. 4s, Lac Juliaa stent. Fib by the Renmark fruit season. Our Renmarie correspondent writes the Apricot Harvest is Ida High finished and the in Rifae highest degree Stu factoid. Dead the some i flunkies Durins the trying owing to an Umsu airy Jow thermometer and some other Donatic Uno certain Twa. The total yield May be put Down at from 140 to 190 toot of the aned product equivalent to something just Short of 900 tons of Freud fruit this represents As in crease of about 75 per cent on last soon a figures. Those figures it is True were reduced by at violent mail Stone but it nay be Safdy accepted As a fact that the increase is very largely due to a in raised employ ment of artificial fertilizers. Our fellow producers in the Hills of whom to Hon. T. Playford is the. Energetic Champion nut surely at last deem it advisable to drop tire nattering fiction that Renmark cannot grow fruit perhaps it is Only fair to state that the labour committee were instrumental in procuring much needed additions to local labour when Tivey were badly wanted. Another meeting of landowners and Resi Dent will be Neld to support a request to the irrigation Trust to take in the whole Renmark area township As Well As Settle ment in assuming in their new District Council functions the Public service commission. The members of the Public service Royal Josub Simon completed Teir labours some note ago but As their final report could not be presented to parliament in time for to to be Cona dered last session they delayed tie adoption of it. The chairman son. J. V. Cloghn has prepared a draft which is in the hands of the Printer. A free tag of the commission will probably k held next week when the members will be asked to agree unon the recommendations. The report win Deal with the much Reed question of the police and other superannuation funds. A visiting commission. Messes. C. J. Macmaster president James Ashton w. J. Ferguson w. G. Spence r. R. A Chatree and e. C. Lan am tit Rstarr. Murari Conff la Wmith lands com Muon of jew Oum Wales raved in Adelaide on wednesday morn ing. The object of the commission s visit is to ascertain the effect of pastoral legis lation in this state. The South australian Laws Are More recent than those of new South Wales and enquiries wid be made in order to guide the parliament of the Mother state in making fresh enactments. On la Nirady and Friday the commission will meet at the deputation room in the government offices to take exp Dence. On monday they will leave for Cockburn and take evidence at Orphara blocks broken Hill wik Annu White Cliff and my paring. On the Way to the Border they will be the guests of or. P. Waite and will break the journey to in Spect the st trash country. Death of a Seaman. A fatal Accident occurred on Board Turque Saxon aft the semaphore Anchorage n wednesday. The victim was a Seaman lamed Arthur Edward Hocomb aged 21, orho joined the vessel a Rev weeks ago at fatal. It appears tiny Holcomb and a Thip Mac named Donald Mccrone were engaged luring die morning in Chipping the Side of the vessel in the tween decks and that they were skylarking. Ilc Croce left Holcomb to procure a Paintbrush and on his return the deceased Rood Husino redly made a feint to hit him with a Broom he was using. Me drone in retaliation lifted his Brush and Iris corp Anim imagining that he in torn iras about to be att added stepped Back Ward Over balanced himself and fell into the lower bold a distance of 34 it Assis Tance was to once procured but Hocomb Ems badly injured and before or. Getting Icho was sent for immediately arrived on Board the Mao expired. The injury sustained was a fractured Skull the Accident Kim wit need by a Ternin named to a Nril who confirms the statement of Jim one As to How it occurred. There was be ays not the slightest suggest Kra of ill will a the part of either of the men both of whom were simply Skyria Kinz. The de ceased was a native of London but his parents Road to Marit Burg South Africa. Hie City Coroner will be informed of the occurrence Titis morning. The loan transactions. In the executive Council on wednesday morning his excellency the governor is Raed an order varying the order of March a 1900, to the extent that �230,000 of the Datea Stock the rom author to be issued for the a demotion of Stock be in Stead authorized to be issued for the Pur poses of the Public works loan act of 1900 and Abo an order for the Sale of �12$#0 for Thor under the act of 1900, Mak ing a total of �37800 under that act rhe treasurer stated on wednesday that he order gave effect to what he promised o do when speaking on the audit Cummia Doner s report in the Home of Assembly my the �250,000 Worth of Stock oversold according to the audit commissioner is now authorized to be issued under the loan act of 1900. The other order is for Stock under the same act which will be Avail Ilc for Purchase under the conditions now daily advertised. The treasurer does not propose to sol either in London or in Ade Laide except from Day to Day As he has been doing for some time. Land boards. In executive Council on wednesday Mommy the following were reappointed members of the undermentioned boards pastoral Board messes r. Kelly and j. It. Jan gun. Lenin a Jour own inc Surveyor general or. W. Strawbridge the Secretary to the commissioner of Crown lands or. T. Duff idd and the Deputy Surveyor general or. E. 31. Smith. North my Midland District land Board messes. I. D. Porter draughtsman Survey office chairman p. Allen of. Green s Plains Vert and j. Eddoe of Arkana. South Eastern District land Board Mestra. T. D. Porter chairman h. White of Milkent and c w. A. Scrivn of Ougal. South East Western District messes. E. B. Jones government arbitrator chairman t. K. Mont Meric of Streaky Bay and j. E. Watson of Admana. In the Case of the last Board or. Jones takes the place of or. X. W. Pethke Surveyor. Mining drills. The inspector of mines air. W. H. Mat thews has returned from Victoria where be spent a week inspecting mining Machi Nerr. He raid a visit to the Jam Bunno Coal mine in up Island were the Aux Drill is employed. He paid special Atten Tion to it to see what class of work it i capable of doing. He considers that in Fri Able country it will do excellent work but it probably would not be suitable for extremely Bard ground. The victorian min ing people Are using it in conjunction with the Diamond Drill and where the ground is too hard for the one the other is employed. Pok Adelaide . Projects. At the font buy meeting of the port Adelaide Council this evening Alder Nan s Maun will move that this Council take into Coraide ratio the and a sanity or Otner wac of borrowing a sum of not More than �30,000 for the purpose if Road making and improvement to re serves and steam ferry and that a com to tee be formed to draw up a scheme and Rabbit to tic Council the coun nitty Grill probably consist of the mayor the four aldermen and tie senior coun Rahors Tor each. Mid. For sometime the corporation have had before them the question of establishing a steam ferry service be tween port Adelaide and Kraken head. And i special committee is selected to con duct enquiries in this direction. The anal nation of the port and semaphore corporations brought a Large we under the uru diction of the new Council of greater port Adelaide and it is generally admitted bet the expenditure it a Iii for placing the roads and footpaths in anything like a satisfactory state most be great. The periodical inspections have shown that there is a vast amount of work to be done in the nmn ideality. In regard to the reserves the proposal is to make the after ton Oval and the Exeter Reserve Woody suitable for recreation pupa us. The Alberton Oval s now under tiie control of the corporation and it is proposed to construct a new twi non and new dressing rooms and to to is plea sure ground attractive to the at Huetis Public. ? Alderman Matin s idea is to a portion the Money As follows works �13,000 steam ferry �500 reserves �2,000. If the ferry scheme is thrown out he would devote the amount set apart for that purpose to works. Alderman Malin is of the opinion that the corporation employees should receive old age pensions and at the same meeting be will submit the following motion that a. Committee be appointed to consider toe matter of old age pensions to the corporation employees and report to the crops in the lower North. The commissioner of Crown lands who spent sunday and monday at Boc Jeroo Centre is More pleased than Ever with the prospects of the Harvest in that Neighbour now. Be met tanners irom toe Altbush country in the Hundred of Erakine and other localities East of Orr Oroo and they told him sad stories of the ravages of the Grasshoppers and the evil effects of the drought the Best crops there would not return More than 3 bushels per acre. At Boole Roo Centre a different state of thing prevailed and banners have secured from 12 to 28 bushels per acre. The Harvest South West of Orr Oroo is better than that to the East and the returns Are splendid. In tar Cowie App Ila and Ca Towie and from Bevalie to Jamestown the same satisfactory conditions prevail and from 13 to 20 bushels to the acre have been reaped. The West coast rangers report averages of from 0 to 12 bushels Der acre. The weather. Sir Charles Toad issued the following forecast on wednesday Fine and hot throughout with northerly winds and fall inn barometers. Sea smooth. A Cool southerly change with freshening. Windi and rising pm will follow probably Dur ing thursday night 3ir. Anderson predicted for two Days South Australia Fine generally tendency to Thunder Shower in Northern parts. Northern territory conditions again Point to Thunder and capricious showers under variable winds Cape Jaffa Lighthouse. The necessity for establishing communication Between the lighthouses around our Coots and they centres of Popula Tion has ions beep recognised tar the Marine Hoard not Only in the interests of the Iso lated watchers by the but As a Protection for mariners in Case of disaster. It is satisfactory therefore to learn that after repeated representations by the Board the government through the Post and Telegraph department has established to phonic com tunic Aydn Between Kingston and the Light keeper cottages at. Cape Jaffa. Or. A. J. Young head keeper at Cape Jaffa telegraphed to the president of the Marino Board on wednesday morning As follow Telephone to Cape Jaffa is now com Pfefer ? Totari or. Stephens replied tank Yotti i Ani yeah pleased indeed to Bear it the rprad6ni at of dispatched a Telegram feb the Treasury re in which on behalf of die Bond be thanked tie go re Anent for and it it a them upon the moment of communication Kwh the Lighthouse cottages. It is most important he wrote in the interests of the Large number of mariners and others who pass along our South Eastern coast the Board Hope that it will soon be made possible to speak from the cottages to the Lighthouse on the Margaret Brack reef either by Means of Marconi s system or otherwise Standard measurements. A number of leading surveyors of the City assembled at the Surveyor Coral a office on wednesday afternoon at the invitation of the or. W Straw. Ridge who gave a practical demonstration if the use of tic new Standard 100 feet my 66 feet combined. The Standard its i is a bar of steel Laid in slate and marked of for every 5 feet and 5 links. Provision is made for the expansion and contraction of the sted caused by the temperature my there arc appliances for keeping the Chain in position and at an even Strain. Al embed of the profession in Adelaide have Long fat the need of a 100-feet Standard tic Only one available hitherto having been 36 fee. A Small fee will be charged for besting chains. In replying to a vote of Hanks the Surveyor general Caid that the Iso of the Standard would ensure accuracy of measurements. He was indebted to his Moor Date officers for the excellent Man Ler in which the work bad been done. The Standard is situated in the right of Way at Blinder Street Entrance to the old govern ment offices a boy named Joseph Barnes a resident of Prospect was playing near the shooting gallery on the Glenelg Beach on wednesday afternoon when he was shot in the Back by a Bullet from a Saloon Rifle used in the gallery. It appears that the gallery Atten Dant after loading the Rifle was handing it to a customer when the Hammer dropped the Rifle went off and the Bullet passed through the. Wooden sides of the gallery and strode the boy. Barnes after being examined by or. Singleton was ordered to be conveyed to tiie Adelaide Hospital. Or. Singleton did not consider the Case Periou. The railway Revenue for the week ended january 12 amounted. To �27.948, Aga Aist �23,475 for. The same period last year Snow ing an increase of �4,473. The following notice appeared at the general Post office on wednesday Berne advises with reference to the Tel graph circular of october 4. The British government. I View of possible a fences in he arrangements concerning the control in South Africa via to Point out the necessity of depositing with the authorities at Dur in copies of the authorized codes. At Ore ent Only three authorised codes have been Lepos cd at Durban a. B. Of Al and Broom balls the China left Fremante at 5 pan. On tuesday and the commander expects to arrive at Largs Bay at 4 . On saturday. A slight sensation was caused in st Paul s Church Bendigo on sunday night ays. Tie age. When receiving the plates Iran the collectors the Rev h. S. Begbie who was standing in front of the altar noticed it Barton in one of the plates the Rev. Gentleman addressing tic congregation sad he had. An unusual announcement to make before the. Service Ras concluded and amidst intense silence he severely commented on the act of the person who had placed the Button in the plate. Fancy he remarked any one committing such a Gross insult As offering x Button to almighty god the mails foe. The United kingdom Dis patched from Adelaide via Vancouver on december 3, 1900., arrived in London Dur ing the afternoon of january 12. It was announced some weeks ago that is government House Medbourne would be required from time to time for the use of the governor general it would be Neces sary for the Cabinet to secure another Resi Dence for the state governor. Since then numerous offers have been received and the treasurer has been inundated with letters from enterprising estate agents anxious to dispose of desirable residences among the properties brought under the notice of the to Easuke As possessing the requirements of a residence for the state governor is a mansion situate at st. Kilda Road near the Barracks which was formerly occupied by general Chute and was at one time the Sidal residence of the commander of the Imperial forces in Victoria. The mansion known As the towers Toorak formerly occupied by sir Matthew Davies and sub sequently the residence of the late mrs. Silas Harding has also been placed under offer the Price for the building and furnishings it is said being �20,000. Tic Tralnes placed on the majority of the properties at All suited for the purpose Are so High however that the treasurer is think ing of requesting the Public works depart ment to furnish an estimate of tic Cost of erecting a residence on portion of the do main grounds fronting is Kilda Road the United states Consul at Hamilton in Ontario states in � recent report writes the tones that the Day authorities there Hare after year of Experiment Dis covered a pavement for streets that is Dur Able excellent and cheap. The tests which have been made Over a number of years on business streets show that tarred Macadam makes Nof Only a smooth and solid Road Way but that it can be maintained and re paired at very Little expense. The Fiatt Cost in Hamilton where abundance of Limestone is near at hand is from 3s. To 3s. 8d. Per Square Yard and the authorities estimate that the Cost of repairs in streets Kwh heavy traffic is less than i. Per Yard per year while Asphalt costs Over lid. By the addition of tar the Road becomes Imper Vious to water it i proof against Frost in Winter and mud and dust Are prevented in summer. It in easily repaired and Doca not require scraping so that much of the Wear of the surface is avoided. A Block of tar Macadam on a business Street with heavy traffic showed no perceptible Wear after being Bud Down a year. In residential quarters the tar � Roadway Are in Good condition right years after they were Laid Down no repair having been done in the meantime. Success however in tins As in All cases of composite work of the same character depends on the care with which the Road is Laid Down at the out set and the Consul obtained from or bar Row the head of the pubic works at Hamilton information As to the process employed. Either Stone or Cement Kerbing is placed before the Road is commenced. The Bate consists of Cement Laid on broken Stone or gravel which is freely rolled with heavy rovers the curve being designed to carry off. Water quickly. Upon this a solid bed of Stone at least 6 in. In thickness is placed the interstices being filled with Smalt Stone aul Grey a Reu comes a Outing of grand rolled hard and thai a Lay of Stote rated the tar ui6 stones not exceeding 2 in. In diameter. These stones before being mixed with boiling tar 8 to 12 Imperial Gallons to the cubic Yard must be thoroughly dried either in lie summer ran or by ? exposure on1 heated plates until All the moisture is expelled. After a thorough rolling another stratum of tarred Stone of the same thickness and dimensions is added rolled and covered with a layer of grand and Quarry chips also mixed with tar. A. Top dressing of screen Ings is then added and if a Light Colour is desired it can be obtained by adding Cement most of the Stone used in Hamil ton is machine crushed Limestone is used because it is abundant locally but Granite or Flint would absorb less tar and Bear More Wear and is a report in by town says no Sydney daily Telegraph that a con stable recently stationed there Aad known by the name of he has proved to to heir to a scottish earldom. Tic Man recently resigned his position in the Force and Aad to Mettling about ins Drann stances being Lindy to change shortly. He bad been a somewhat reserved Man cod Little was known of Bis connections it is now said that owing to a recent death he a become an Earl and owner of considerable landed property though no particulars Are procure Able nor is it known whom the fortunate Man is. The general opinion is that on receiving information of his accession to tie title be left for the old noun lev quietly. Among and the celebrities who have visited Sydney during the past fortnight fays tic daily Telegraph the most unexpected turned up in port Jackson on thursday. Whether influenced by a tardy desire to Hail the new Century or assist in the com Monteath celebrations or attracted from afar by the brilliance of the recent fire works Duplay a Mammoth blow whale made his appearance m the Harbour during the morning. The visitor roughly estimated u measure 60 it in length ignoring. A navigation Laws quietly entered the beads without a Pilot dodged the and pig and negotiated the Eastern Hannd with the facility of a torpedo boat when about Midway Between the pile Light and shark Island the monster heralded his arrival with a spout worthy of one of superintendent Webb s Best fire Boses. Passengers by the Watson s Bay ferryboat which was making the trip just at the time were astonished at what seemed at first to be an apparition. Their memories flew Back to the alarming stories of Tern serpents which have More than once shaken Public credulity to its foundations and they hesitated to give the visitor a name. The defiant Challenge embodied in the animal s snout ing operations however left them no longer in doubt and they a with one consent agreed that it was a whale. This unusual spectacle in the Harbour is accounted ton. By the fact Diat whales have been sighted along the coast in considerable ? numbers during to past week or so. People in this Tou Nfay remarks the daily Chronie frequently express sur prise at the High salaries paid to members of the judicial Bench in India. When however these gentlemen have perforce to hear with a grave face such pleadings As the following it is not difficult to under stand Why tic government offers them a handsome rate of remuneration. The Case in question was one of assault and Bat Tery my Learned Friend with More wind from a Teapot thinks to browbeat me from my legs. But this is Mere guerilla War fare. I stand under the toes of my client and i Only seek to place the Bone of con Tention dearly in your Honor s Eye your Honor will be pleased enough to observe that my client is a poor widow Kwh one Post a Orlum son. A widow of this country Yoor Honor jul be plead enough to observe is not like a widow of your Honor s country is not. Able to eat More than one meal a. Day or to Wear doties or to look after a Man. So. My poor client had not such physique or mind As to assault the Lusty complainant. Yet she raw been deprived of some of her valuable leather the leather of her none. My Learned Friend has thrown Only an argument and Lio ilium upon my Teeth that my diet s with ears Are All near relation but they Are not her near relations. Their relationship is there homoeopathic. So tic Emty arguments of my Learned Friend will not hold water at least they will not hold Good water. And i am sorry to say that this witness is a Man of my own feathers that there arc in my profession Black sheep of every description and some of them do not always speak gospel truth. Until the witness therefore explains Bow be Bas come across my client s nose leather he cannot be believed. He cannot be allowed to raise a crude in the air by beating upon a Bush we Are glad to observe that the defendant who took a piece of the widow s valuable nose leather was bound Over to keep the piece. At a Kilburn registry office last Mont ii there were married a Man named Henry Eaton aged 88, and an already thrice mar ried woman aged 87. At the conclusion of the ceremony the aced couple took train our no Sung a orc Ujco honeymoon u being spent. ? among the phrases and words which have from time to time been ruled out of order taps the daily chronicle Are Calum Nious charge but not column ious in itself Dodge factious opposition cockeyed deliberately raised a false Issue a Home what impertinent Cen sure hypocritical lovers of Liberty. Rude remarks falsehood villains or. Plums oils famous expression and impertinent of course cad the word which or. Chamberlain made use of Natu rally Falls into this category though tic meaning now attached to it a vulgar Fel Low would not have applied half a Cen Tury ago. Our readers says the daily chronic pc May remember Young Alf the hero of the startling career of disorder which Raff recounted under the heading of hoop i nights Early last year. Young Ait a atoned for his misdemeanours by dying for his country. He reached South Africa in april. Aed. Was attached to one of the . He was twice wounded in action and for a few Days was in the bands of the Boers. Shortly after his res was attacked by enteric Aad succumbed. His commanding officer who was doubtless quite ignorant of the boy s extraordinary career Bas sent Home a letter stating that the poor fellow died a Good Soldier he leaves a widow and an infant daughter a Good Story is being told in Edinburgh about lord Rosebery. The nmn Bers of the Edinburgh town Council were being entertained at Dalmeny and one of them expressed the opinion that the Anglo Buon race were the lost tribes of Israel for verification be went up to lord Bose cry. Do you believe my lord he asked that the angst Saxon race Are the lout tribes of land. I Don t know lord Rosebery is said to have replied but if they Are i Hope they wid not lose themselves again writing in the sunday school Chro Nofle Vernon Gibberd remarks that three years ago the recovery and publication of the now famous Logia or sayings of Christ though exceedingly fragmentary created quite a mild sensation. And now a further discovery has to be recorded which is reputed to be of much Imp Artance than the Lopa. Early last year an old and worn papyrus was purchased from Kome Cairo merchants on behalf of the Library of Strasburg. These frag ment which were inscribed with coptic characters Are being examined by. German egyptology its and theological savants Aad already the investigation a shown them to be. Of the first importance. According to the st Rasburn professor a. We Are Here face to face with some pages of a no Asig gospel which it in conjectured on Strong rounds of probability May be that known a rite go fed according to the egyptians. This gospel though rejected As inca Konkal in the third Century Wax widely accepted As authentic. In the second and obtained mate wide raw degree of authority. The is now drought to Light Daltit from the fifth Century but from the character of the Creek words which Are text Aliy reproduced it is dear that the original a of which this is a trans tinn belongs to the second Century. Perhaps its most inter Estmyr Fea Ture is the very dose connection which appears to exist Between it and the Logia referred to. In fact it is asserted that the. Two Are practically pages from one and the same ms., vit., a version of the Gospo a. Cording to tic egyptians. According to a report published by the War office writes tic Odessa Conw Pon Dent of the daily news the Rowan troops made the discovery of a regularly formed Republic in Manchuria which has been in existence for upwards of Naif a Cen Tury but was probably unknown to any of the european Powers or for that matter to the majority of european travellers in the far East the Mandi urian Republic is situated in the Basin of the upper reaches k of the River Ungari and South of Girin. M it is known by the name of Tcha i Gou r ind numbered originally 10,000 citizens the population is now about 100,000 souls. In the beginning the miniature Republic was governed by a triumvirate and subsequently by a president can Yui Pao who took All the executive Powers into Bis own hands and organized. Tribunal. Trade guilds faxes to and regulated native industries and go mining. A Small Republican wan created and Bas been permanently maintained. In tic Battle fought by the russians in the Valley of the Ungari some two months ago the Republican Force offered a More determined opposition than the Imperial Erin troops. The existing president is a relative of the late Chan Yut Pao. Named Cobai Deu to. The chinese authorities in the province of Girin Nave since a foundation always shown a Friendly toleration towards the Mandi urian re Public of Tcha i Gou. There Are now several Nav dressers Paris who have adopted Antiseptic method. In front of is a a Asburner. Bane or Ceu Aloid Combs Are no longer employed metallic Combs Are used instead. The bar Ber turns on tic Gas and before be commences operations he slowly passes Bis metallic comb several times through the flame. His Edsson and razor Are like Wise thus purified by dry. Abo the risk iro4b iks Brush i mitigated by the con Brant Uso of Antiseptic hair a Ash. Lan

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